- Hillary Greene
- Professor of Law & Faculty Director, Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic
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Hillary Greene is a Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Law School's Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic. Professor Greene is a graduate of the Yale Law School and of Yale College where she earned her bachelors degree in Economics and Political Science (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and with distinction in her major). Her most recent publications include: Antitrust Censorship of Economic Protest, 59 Duke L. J. 1037 (2010), Patent Pooling Behind the Veil of Uncertainty: Antitrust, Competition Policy, and the Vaccine Industry, 90 Boston Univ. L. Rev. 1397 (2010) and Non-Per Se Treatment of Buyer Price-Fixing in Intellectual Property Settings, 2011 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. No. 004. Additional publications include Guideline Institutionalization: The Role of Merger Guidelines in Antitrust Discourse in the William and Mary Law Review (2006), and Articulating Trade-Offs: The Political Economy of State Action in the Utah Law Review (2006).
Professor Greene currently serves on the Executive Committee of the AALS's Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section and as a Contributing Editor on the Antitrust Law Journal's editorial board. Professor Greene's research and teaching interests focus upon intellectual property (with a particular emphasis on patent law), antitrust/competition policy and First Amendment Law.
Previously, Professor Greene was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School. Prior to law teaching, Greene served at Project Director for Intellectual Property in the Federal Trade Commission's Office of the General Counsel and as a litigation associate at Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York City. She is admitted to practice only in New York and before the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court, Eastern District in New York.
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